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Podcast #1 | Climate Migration with Katrin Millock

In this brand new format of Economics for everybody, Katrin Millock takes the floor to enlighten us on the subject of climate migration. She discusses the causes, the stakes, and the consequences related to this subject.


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Katrin Millock is a Professor at Paris School of Economics, Senior Research Fellow CNRS, member of the French Collaborative Institute on Migration, Institut Convergences Migrations, and co-editor of the journal Environmental and Resource Economics. Her recent research focuses on climate change adaptation, in particular climate-induced migration.

Reference

Original title: Human migration in the era of climate change
Authors: Cristina Cattaneo, Michel Beine, Christiane J. Fröhlich, Dominic Kniveton, Inmaculada Martinez-Zarzoso, Marina Mastrorillo, Katrin Millock, Etienne Piguet, and Benjamin Schraven
Published in: Review of Environmental Economics and Policy, Volume 13, Number 2, Summer 2019, pp. 189-206.
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- Original title: Gendered migration responses to drought in Malawi
Authors: Luis Becerra-Valbuena and Katrin Millock
Published in: Journal of Demographic Economics (2021)
Available via: DOI and via the article Gendered migration responses to drought in Malawi available on the PSE website.

The World Bank reports :
- Original title: Groundswell: Preparing for Internal Climate Migration
Authors: Kumari Rigaud, Kanta, Alex de Sherbinin, Bryan Jones, Jonas Bergmann, Viviane Clement, Kayly Ober, Jacob Schewe, Susana Adamo, Brent McCusker, Silke Heuser, and Amelia Midgley
Published in: Washington, World Bank
Available via: https://openknowledge.worldbank.org/handle/10986/29461

- Original title: Groundswell Part 2 : Acting on Internal Climate Migration
Authors: Viviane Clement, Kanta Kumari Rigaud, Alex de Sherbinin, Bryan Jones, Susana Adamo, Jacob Schewe, Nian Sadiq, and Elham Shabahat
Published in: Washington, World Bank
Available via: https://openknowledge.worldbank.org/handle/10986/36248

* This podcast is part of the new Economics for everybody formula.